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Trampoline springs in a variety of lengths.

SkyBound Standard Silver 5.5 Inch Trampoline Springs - Set of 15

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  • The trampoline spring is a key component in putting the “spring” in your garden trampoline. It is a mistake to think “…. that the more springs the better”. Too few springs and the trampoline bounce will be floppy and unexciting, too many springs and it will be hard work to get any bounce at all. Generally speaking the larger the trampoline the more springs are required. If some springs are missing or damaged it is important to replace them.

    If some of your trampoline springs are missing it is important to replace them. The quality of the bounce will be impaired without them and too much force will be applied to the remaining springs. If a trampoline has been overloaded or misused, perhaps by using it without all the springs in place, then some springs may become stretched. You can identify a spring that is streched as the gaps between the coils will be larger than on the other springs and the spring may not be under tension when nobody is on the trampoline. It may be easier to see if a spring is stretched once it is removed from the trampoline as the coils, rather than closing up tightly together, will have gaps between them. You can see this by holding the spring up to the light. If light is visible between the coils then the spring is damaged and should be replaced. If the trampoline mat appears to be slack then it is likely the springs have become stretched

  • If some of your trampoline springs are missing it is important to replace them. The quality of the bounce will be impaired without them and too much force will be applied to the remaining springs. If a trampoline has been overloaded or misused, perhaps by using it without all the springs in place, then some springs may become stretched. You can identify a spring that is streched as the gaps between the coils will be larger than on the other springs and the spring may not be under tension when nobody is on the trampoline. It may be easier to see if a spring is stretched once it is removed from the trampoline as the coils, rather than closing up tightly together, will have gaps between them. You can see this by holding the spring up to the light. If light is visible between the coils then the spring is damaged and should be replaced. If the trampoline mat appears to be slack then it is likely the springs have become stretched

    The trampoline spring is a key component in putting the “spring” in your garden trampoline. It is a mistake to think “…. that the more springs the better”. Too few springs and the trampoline bounce will be floppy and unexciting, too many springs and it will be hard work to get any bounce at all. Generally speaking the larger the trampoline the more springs are required. If some springs are missing or damaged it is important to replace them.

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    178mm x 10 Trampoline Springs
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    FREE Delivery
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    Trampoline springs may need replacing for a number of reasons, some may have been lost during Winter storage or they have broken or become damaged or stretched. This blog aims to cover all the main points you will need to consider when buying new trampoline springs.

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are available from a variety of suppliers but Atlantic Trampolines offer a range of high quality trampoline springs with free UK delivery. The springs are galvanised and zinc plated for extra long life.